Jif Peanut Butter Recall Expands to Other Products
June 10, 2022 — More than a dozen products using Jif Peanut Butter have been recalled in recent weeks due to an outbreak of salmonella.
The FDA has created a page to track recalled products, including this week’s most recent additions – a ready-to-eat protein snack and peanut butter ice cream.
Some of the products are sold at major retailers including Albertsons, Walgreens and Walmart. Products listed by the FDA so far include those manufactured or distributed by:
- AG Specialty Foods with several brand names including We BE PB and Jammin’ Snack Box
- Albanese Confectionary Group Inc. peanut butter cups under the Rich’s brand
- Albertsons Companies Store-Prepared Items Containing Peanut Butter
- Bix Produce Company’s egg and cheese curd snacks and food boxes, listed under the Jack & Olive and Created Fresh!
- Cargill chocolate products sold online and at the Wilbur Chocolate store in Lititz, PA
- Chocolate products from Coblentz Chocolate Company containing peanut butter
- Country Fresh products under multiple brands, including fruit and celery snack trays sold under the Snack Fresh, Snack Sensations, Giant, Wegmans and Market32 brands
- Del Monte products, including apple, pretzel and celery snack packs sold under the 7-Eleven, Circle-K and Get Go brands
- Euphoria Chocolate Company’s chocolate confectionery products, including peanut butter truffles and peanut butter fondants
- F&S Fresh Foods Fresh Garden Highway Protein Snacks with Peanut Butter Dip
- Fresh Seasons power packs manufactured by Taher Inc.
- Fudgeamentals chocolate products, including fudge distributed under the Walmart brand
- Garden Cut Apple Wedges and Celery Bites with Peanut Butter Dip
- Giant Eagle baked goods containing peanut butter
- Mary’s Harvest Celery & Apple Peanut Butter Cuts
- Safeway Fresh Foods Peanut Butter Apple Snack Trays
- Taharka Brothers Peanut Butter Ice Cream Sundae
- Wawa products that include apple and peanut butter dips
Jif’s parent company, JM Smucker Company, issued a recall on May 20 for 49 peanut butter products of various sizes after 14 cases of salmonella were reported in multiple states. An FDA investigation traced the contamination to one of the company’s facilities in Lexington, KY.
Now, the salmonella outbreak has risen to 16 cases and two hospitalizations in 12 states, according to the CDC’s latest update. The investigation is ongoing.
Consumers should not eat recalled products and should throw them away, the CDC said. Do not feed recalled foods to pets or other animals. Wash surfaces and containers that may have touched the recalled foods with hot, soapy water.
“Peanut butter can have a very long shelf life, so be sure to check any Jif peanut butter you have at home to make sure it hasn’t been recalled,” the CDC wrote.
Symptoms of Salmonella infection include fever, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, and abdominal pain. Symptoms usually begin between six hours and six days after exposure, and most people recover without treatment in four to seven days. Children under 5, adults over 65, and immunocompromised people are at increased risk of serious illness from dehydration and may require hospitalization.